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Folk Customs:
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Baddeley Cake
Beating the Tower Boundaries
Blessing of the Throats
Bonfire Night
Changing of the Quill
Doggett's Coat and Badge Race
Footbridge Rent of one Red Rose
Hot Cross Buns for the Widow’s son
Mass for the executed Charles I
Quit Rents Ceremony
Vintners' Company Procession

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Frithwood House
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Northwood is a picturesque suburb of Greater London on the north-west border with Hertfordshire. Here, in Kewferry Road, the BBC filmed the setting for its popular sitcom "The Good Life". Much of Northwood has been declared a conservation area to protect beautiful period buildings and scenic townscapes including the lovely, leafy Dene Road and the private Copsewood Estate, home to some gorgeous multi-million-pound mansions. Northwood is separated from its close neighbour South Oxhey by Oxhey Woods, a 240-acre nature reserve that bursts into life in springtime with carpets of wood anemones and bluebells. A small settlement, Northwood boasts no less than three golf courses - Northwood, Sandy Lodge and Haste Hill. Nearby, in the appealing town of Rickmansworth, is the famous Moor Park course whose club, in a grand house, welcomes the public. At the same time, visitors to Northwood are only three miles away from the contemporary attractions of Watford, with its excellent shopping, nightlife and culture. Harefield, by contrast, is a delightful country village ranged round a prize-winning green. Northwood's main claim to fame - apart from famous residents including Screaming Lord Such and Linford Christie - is as the location of a British Army HQ directing overseas missions.

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Buckingham Accountants

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Corbett Altman
David Lichfield Ltd
Jager Long
Pearce Rodgers Partnership
Robson Peter & Co
Woolwich Property Services

Golf Club

Haste Hill
Northwood
Sandy Lodge Golf Club

Health and Fitness Club

Esporta Health & Racquets Club
LA Fitness

Restaurant

4 Nations
Bina Tandoori

School

Merchant Taylors' School
Northwood College
Northwood School
St Helen's School

Taxi

Ace Mini-Cabs

Sports Clubs

Northwood (Amateur Football)

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Wealdstone (Amateur Football)

Shops

Lyons Corner House
Kiss the Bride
Robin Paterson & Son
KPA Luggage Repairs
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Northwood Eye Centre
Gary Batchelor

Activities

Holland & Holland Shooting Ground(Shooting)

Places to Stay near Northwood

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Frithwood House (0.44 miles)

Frithwood House

This Edwardian guesthouse is located in quiet residential surroundings and the style is very relaxed and informal, bedrooms vary in size and shape, all are well equipped and comfortable.

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Tudor Lodge Hotel (2.48 miles)

Tudor Lodge Hotel

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Brimming with old world character, the Tudor Lodge Hotel is ideally located in North West London.
The sympathetic conversion of an important farmhouse dating back to the 16th century has preserved a ... More

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Premier Inn Watford (Croxley Green) (2.59 miles)

Premier Inn Watford (Croxley Green)
Ideal for both business and leisure guests. Next to Croxley and Watford business parks. This hotel is a convenient choice for wedding guests as there are popular wedding reception venues nearby. Situated well for access ... More | visit website
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Long Island Hotel (2.75 miles)

Long Island Hotel

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The Long Island Hotel is a 25-minute train journey from Central London, and is convenient for Heathrow and Luton airports. Wembley Stadium is 8 minutes away on the London Underground. The hotel ... More

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Premier Inn Ruislip (2.92 miles)

Premier Inn Ruislip is just 10 minutes’ walk from Ruislip Underground Station, providing direct trains to central London. With an on-site Beefeater restaurant, there is also free private parking. The modern rooms are elegantly designed, and ... More | visit website
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Harlequin Executive Studios (3.00 miles)

Harlequin Executive Studios

Interior designed studio apartments,with fully fitted kitchens and all with ensuit shower rooms and toilette. Each studio is fully equiped with everything from a corkscrew to a flat screen TV. We give a complimentary broad ... More | visit website

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Best Western White House Hotel (3.11 miles)

Best Western White House Hotel

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Watford's only town-house hotel offers professional and friendly service, with a fine-dining conservatory restaurant, free car parking and Wi-Fi.
The Best Western White House Hotel is located close to both the M1 ... More

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Travelodge Watford Central (3.11 miles)

There are loads of reasons our customers choose to stay at Travelodge. Our great value clean and comfortable rooms with en-suite provide everything needed for a good night's sleep and are close to where people ... More | visit website

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Barn Hotel (3.12 miles)

Barn Hotel

The Barn Hotel is a unique 17th century listed building set in three acres of rose gardens and lawns. The hotel combines old world charm and character with every modern facility. The luxury new air-conditioned ... More | visit website

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Premier Inn Watford Central (3.19 miles)

Premier Inn Watford Central
Ideally located within easy reach of the M1 junction 5. Close to Watford town centre, the Harlequin shopping centre for great shopping and Watford Junction train station, from which you can get to London Euston ... More | visit website

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